"Listen, I'm not pro-Bonds, but I'm also not anti-Bonds. I'm neutral on Bonds, which by default seems to group me in an inaccurate pro-Bonds group. I don't know if Bonds did or did not take steroids so I don't bother with it. I just find it incredibly flawed to claim that Bonds cheats while absolutely refusing to acknowledge that players such as Gaylord Perry or Whitey Ford cheated. Would Perry have given up more than 1,846 earned runs in his career if he never cheated, or would he have given up more?"
You seem to know a ton about the history of baseball from your hall of fame posts. Just take a cursory look at Bonds statistics after the age of 35 and compare it to ANYONE in the history of the game. You have your obvious answer on steroids.